Four more restaurants have signed on as part of Halcyon’s restaurant village in Forsyth County.
The massive, 135-acre mixed-used project located off of Turner McDonald Parkway has inked deals with MidiCi Neapolitan Pizza, Cocina & Taqueria, Pita Mediterranean Street Food, and poke restaurant Sweet Tuna, according to an article published Wednesday by the Atlanta Business Chronicle.
Halcyon will be the second Georgia location for MidiCi, Sweet Tuna, and Cocina & Taqueria. Pita Mediterranean has multiple locations throughout the state.
Eater Atlanta reported earlier this year Gu’s Dumplings, Mexican-inspired taco stand Tacayo, Kilwins Chocolates, Land of Thousand Hills Coffee Company, Butcher & Brew, and Co-Op Community Kitchen & Table are among those already on board at the village.
RocaPoint Partners, one of the project’s developers, told the Atlanta Business Chronicle that with these four new tenants, Halcyon’s restaurant village is now 70 percent leased.
Cumming-based Cherry Street Brewing Cooperative & Taproom is also slated to open a new concept with a beer garden at Halcyon next year.
The Forsyth County development includes office and retail space, 690 residential units, a dine-in movie theater, two hotels, and a 50-acre green space. All are scheduled to open sometime in 2018.